Monday, September 28, 2015

Monday Malarkey - Mostly in photographs

I finished Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman, this week:

and I Crawl Through It by A. S. King (a pre-order which arrived, this week -- some books call your name immediately):

These two books books walked in my door:

Another Woman's Daughter by Fiona Sussman
Chance Harbor by Holly Robinson

Both from Berkley/NAL

I don't know what I'm reading next. We've had nothing but fair-weather clouds, lately, and often no clouds at all.

But, last night it rained. So, no Super Moon Eclipse for us. Bummeration.

I also discovered, this week, that this girl just recently turned 6:

And, that means this gal is 5:

My grandchild is also on the verge of turning 1. How time flies.

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  1. Time flies indeed! What did you think of Trigger Warning? It's tippy top of my Gaiman wishlist. :) Maybe it'll be the next of his works I read.

    1. I mostly loved it. Gaiman is hit or miss, for me, and this particular short story collection is thematically diverse. There's a little of everything. So, I don't suppose it's surprising that there were a couple of stories I absolutely had to drag myself through (and one that I got partway into and skipped the rest, which I don't recall ever doing before). Most of it's fabulous, though. I liked the mix. There are plenty of nice, creepy stories and even a Dr. Who! It's a fun read.

  2. New books and pretty kitties. Wonderful Monday pics :)

  3. Tiny anonymous human is going to be ONE already?! whew.

    1. Yes! Can you believe it? And, I should probably change the name to Anonymous Butterball Toddler. She's a healthy girl. She walks! She has teeth! She's also a golden blonde. I claim that part of her genetics. :)


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